A Mis-Guide to Anywhere is like no other guide you have used before. Rather than telling you where to go and what to see, it provides provocations for reader-walkers to make their own exploratory journeys anywhere they choose. A utopian project for the recasting of a bitter world by disrupted walking,
A Mis-Guide to Anywhere is your travel document for your destinationless journeys.
Contributors: Stephen Hodge, Simon Persighetti, Phil Smith, Cathy Turner and Tony Weaver.
Wrights and Sites, Exeter, 2006, 116 pages, colour photographs throughout, 11cm x 21cm.
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